Use various research methods based on need, circumstance and type of inquiry
Value intellectual property, respect original ideas and adhere to academic integrity
Use EndNote to export citations from databases and format references.
Articulate the purpose of copyright, fair use, open access and the public domain
Understand that information might be perceived differently according to format and recognize the value of every information product in varying contexts
Recognize that the tool used to communicate information might impact the value of the information
Select, organize and restate textual concepts and main ideas in one's own words
Critically evaluate information sources
Keep an open-minded and critical stance when encountering varied or conflicting perspectives and develop awareness of their own biases and worldview
Value and evaluate contributions made by other
Actively contribute to scholarship and collaborate on projects
When IF skills are integrated in the curriculum, medical students will develop a series of metacognitive competencies that help them become lifelong learners.
Below is a summary of the attitudes, or long-term outcomes, our students should be able to exhibit once they graduate from WCM-Q and as lifelong learners.